Sally: A ‘C’? A ‘C’? I got a ‘C’ on my coat hanger sculpture? How could anyone get a ‘C’ in coat hanger sculpture? May I ask a question? Was I judged on the piece of sculpture itself? If so, is it not true that time alone can judge a work of art? Or was I judged on my talent? If so, is it fair that I be judged on a part of my life over which I have no control? If I was judged on my effort, then I was judged unfairly, for I tried as hard as I could! Was I judged on what I had learned about this project? If so, then were not you, my teacher, also being judged on your ability to transmit your knowledge to me? Are you willing to share my ‘C’? Perhaps I was being judged on the quality of coat hanger itself out of which my creation was made…now is this not also unfair? Am I to be judged by the quality of coat hangers that are used by the dry cleaning establishment that returns our garments? Is that not the responsibility of my parents? Should they not share my ‘C’? [teachers voice is heard] Thank you, Miss Othmar. (to audience) The squeaky wheel gets the grease!
‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ (Sally): “I got a ‘C’ on my coat hanger sculpture?”
'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' by Clark Gesner
Character: Sally, Charlie Brown's little sister. She's smart, insecure and determined.
Age Range: Kids | Teens | Late Teens | 20's
Summary: Sally is not happy she got a 'C' on her sculpture!
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